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The company’s shoe manager tells us what it takes to keep the company on its toes.
For 41 years, the Chicago Theatre Softball League has meant summertime camaraderie for the city’s troupes.
Raised in Chicago, the Japanese American dancer pushed against World War II-era cultural prejudices.
Music director Andrew Davis will be succeeded by Enrique Mazzola, in two years
Zeitgeist happens: we didn’t exactly plan it this way, but nearly all the profiles and features in this special Fall Theater and Dance Issue reflect on boundaries, identity, and marginalization—issues that feel ever more relevant as the Trump administration’s efforts to restrict and roll back the very concept of citizenship seemingly grow every day. What’s […]
The founder of Giving Others Dreams aims to transform the lives of prisoners through mental health workshops at the Cook County Jail.
Channyn Lynne Parker inspires incarcerated trans women to use trauma as the root of resilience.
This story is part of the Marshall Project’s “We Are Witnesses: Chicago” series. In 15 direct-to-camera testimonies, this collection of videos gives voice to Chicagoans affected by the justice system. Watch the videos at themarshallproject.org/chicago.
In 15 direct-to-camera testimonies, this Marshall Project video series gives voice to Chicagoans affected by the justice system.
Bill Dorsch loved being a Chicago cop, then he witnessed misconduct by disgraced detective Reynaldo Guevara.
After a six-month hiatus, these extraordinary Archer Heights antojitos are back.
Hubbard Street dancer Connie Shiau
In Lorene Scafaria’s latest, women take control of their lives by exploiting finance bros who exploit the common man.
Gregory Jaco’s Tornado School of Martial Arts comes alive in a new dance performance developed through the Rebuild Foundation.